Men ultimately think they've got home handled and that they have it in control because hey, they're men. The consider themselves the head honchos, the big dogs in charge, and not to say the least, her one and only super hero. But sometimes men don't even measure up half way. Relationship coach Dave Elliott educated men on the 10 biggest mistakes they make, and how to overcome them in the future.
I am going to start this article by making a statement that I feel that ALL women need to listen too. "That women are to encourage men to be Masculine - who they really are and not who women think they should be. This means women ARE to back off, and let MEN find and redefine OUR MASCULINITY in this CHANGING World and BALANCE between the Sexes!"
"Who should pay for a date?" is a question asked time and time again. Here's why a man should pick up the tab on the first date and how it can benefit both of you.
I will start this article with a story. Open, Carry, Kill! She stood by the sink, struggling with a jam jar. I noticed, walked over, took it gently from her hands and with a soft, sharp pulse, loosened the top... and for this, she kissed me. Women speak with their bodies better than we do, and what she was saying was...
I’m beginning to think our role-reversal in society has taken full effect. Men have vaginas now, and women have penises. I’ve been meeting the most feminine men ever recently. Nowadays, men don’t even know how to lead as a man. Men are so afraid to talk to women you’d think they were a little girl cowering in the corner from a spider. And women are out their constantly having to act like men. It’s women leading the way.
I'm a fan of the Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo TV and last night's episode was great to blog about! First, I love Dr. Pat Allen who tried to help Angela and Shonda with how to balance their own alpha tendencies in the presence of an alpha man. What they cut out was most likely a lengthy explanation of how the last thing an alpha male wants from a woman is competition!
According to a study conducted at the University of Westminster, stronger men make awful boyfriends. The study surveyed 327 straight British men, more than a third of whom were single, and discovered that the more muscular the participant, the more likely he was to have sexist beliefs and hostility toward women.
Up with Masculinity I feel blessed to be a woman in our post 60’s culture, where femininity and female strength, independence and success are touted. Unfortunately, however, our changed views of women seem to have occurred at the expense of how we perceive manhood. In short I believe that we’ve lost a real appreciation for men being men. We women want our men to be breadwinners and rescuers (help us when the car breaks down or the sink sprouts a leak). We want our men to be strong, both emotionally and physically.
Aside from the obvious factors that are necessary for marital success, men and women should derive pleasure from each others femininity and masculinity. Regardless of sexual orientation, if you can not revel in your partner's distinct gender traits, maybe you are with the wrong person.
I feel most secure, and turned on, by alpha males: someone who is confident, assertive, in possession of a backbone, and protective. I don't mean physically protective—although that would be nice, too, if a pack of wolves attacks—but emotionally protective. I want to feel like someone is prioritizing my well-being over what makes them look "fun" or "cool," and not be left high and dry. I want to feel like someone is looking out for me rather than expecting me to look out for them. I want to be able to trust them on this matter, not just hope for the best.
Love a strong jawline on a man? Researchers at the University of New South Wales recently found that we're not just looking for signs of virility—we're looking for a badass. A new study shows that a poor, dangerous environment makes bad boy, masculine men attractive. Is this why Denise Richards is dating Nikki Sixx, another in a long slew of bad boys?